Monster Hunter Rise Phone Wallpapers

Monster Hunter Rise Kushala Daora and Teostra Wallpapers Available Through LINE

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Capcom is releasing a total of three phone wallpapers featuring the Teostra, Kushala Daora, and Chameleos through LINE app to celebrate the release of Monster Hunter Rise Version 2.0. The wallpapers feature promotional renders of the induvial monsters, set with Japanese text seen in their introductions through the latest Monster Hunter Rise trailer. These phone wallpapers are entirely free to download for anyone that has LINE app installed.

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Consumers can receive the Monster Hunter Rise phone wallpapers simply by adding the official Monster Hunter account to their friend list. This can be done by click this link here. After that, users will want to open up a chat with the Monster Hunter account in the LINE app. From there, just enter the phrase “モンハン壁紙” into the chat. After doing so, the wallpapers will arrive to you through the chat. Once again, these wallpapers are available to all LINE app users, regardless of region.

Monster Hunter Rise Version 2.0 is now available, and numerous updates have come with it. As mentioned previously, the Teostra, Kushala Daora, and Chameleos have been added to the roster of the game. However, a few other choice monsters are also available to challenge through this update. Additionally, Capcom has released another wave of paid DLC cosmetic items.

Monster Hunter Rise is immediately available for Nintendo Switch.

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